Andy Barker

Andy on his Hall's Cycle

A little about Andy here.

Residence -  Lewiston, Maine
Age - 35 years old in the year 2001
When Hurt -He was hurt in 1996 while Mountain Biking
Level of injury - a C-7 Quad
Job - He works for a company by the name of Crescent Industries which
                               specialize in electronic controls for the handicaped
Marriage Status -  Married to a wonderful woman by the name of Eileen
Hobbies and Interests - Nascar and going to local stock car races and Volunteers his time to
                               helping out Spinal Cord injuries in Rehabilitation Centers

Andy started out playing basketball and wheelchair racing after he was hurt, then found that he could participate in
the sport of Rugby at the level of a 3.5 and liked this sport very much until he fell in love with the sport of Handcycling.
You will see that he is a very devoted and hard training person and has accomplished a lot in the short time he has been
in the sport.
He recently broke his shoulder, while training for the race which would be held in Binghamton N.Y. This was a major
setback as he hoped to do well in the race and have a top finish.
He hopes to race the entire 2002 USHF schedule, and will train hard over the Winter months for this.

Accomplishments in Handcycle racing

1st -  Salomon Smith Barney & Nick Katsounis Handcycle Race, June 24,2001
3rd - The Four Bridges of Elgin Race, July 8, 2001

Below are a few pictures of some of his favorite toys
click on pictures to see them in a larger format
Hall's ZS Cycle with Zipp Disc Wheels Top End Cycle Hall's Cycle with Spinergy Wheels Andy's Van, and his (L)Top End Cycle, (C) Hall's Racing Chair, (R)Hall's Cycle Andy on his Hall's Cycle

His favorite niece and nephew
Andy's Nephew on his Hall's Cycle Andy and his niece beside his Hall's Cycle

Andy's new Hall's Cycle with modifications he has made to it 
Shot of Hall's cycle, and (Van in the back) Front shot of cycle showing placement of Brakes and Shifters Side shot of cycle from the right Showing grips and the "T" Bar with brakes and shifters

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